E-mail account not found

I hate having AOL on my computer, but my longtime e-mail address is through them and I don't want to change it. I am accessing my AOL e-mail through AOL.com, and all is well except when trying to e-mail a Lacerte file, the program can't find an e-mail account. I also have a g-mail account I can use - anyone know an answer for me to try?


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You're trying to attach a client file to an email using the Client, Send Via Email method?

I have the same problem - we use Gmail as our email, and can't use the Lacerte widget. It also aggravates me that Lacerte doesn't respect my browser defaults. I don't care if they choose not to support my browser of choice, but I do care that some browser activities force IE.

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